Here it is. This list also reveals that happy people are healthier and live longer. Interestingly, a better GDP per capita is not equal to happiness.

But why are we unhappy? This is perhaps best said by Darrin McMahon, a specialist psychologist and writer: “We live in a culture where people are obsessed with happiness but do not know what it means to be happy.”

However, if we are looking for the answer to what it really means to be happy, we are in greater trouble. There would be no two people who would formulate what makes him happy.

However, you can strive for it, so we’ve listed three things that can help you build a happier lifestyle.

Seek satisfaction

Not only do we want positive feelings, but we also want to be empowered. All in all, it means that it is not enough for us to say good things to us until we feel we deserve these words. Do your best to get recognition from others, but in that case, be sure to be proud of yourself as well.

Remember your happiest moments

Sonja Lyubomirski, “How to Be Happy” The author of the book invented an experiment: he described with school children 4-5 times a day how satisfied and happy they were. After a week they saw what was happening to them and what was not. In doing so, they realized how to live their daily lives in order to nurture the right feelings for them and suppress the unfavorable.

Do what it means to you

Sounds obvious, but a lot of them are in a squirrel that doesn’t satisfy their desires. If your happiness depends on it, don’t be afraid to switch, don’t be afraid to be yourself and find the job you love and don’t wake up every morning without waiting for the day to end.

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